Sunday Post #50 – 69 Modules!

Sunday Post #50 – 69 Modules!

My jaw dropped, and my eyes actually bulged out of my head. I knew this course would be in depth, and cover a lot, I just didn’t realize how much. I counted up the modules and found there are 69 modules to complete.

Kin of Kings by B.T. Narro

Kin of Kings by B.T. Narro

Things in the book seem to work out, and things just really start going right for Basem and his father. They make a key friend with one of the people who was watching the trials, and turns out to be a key person and family relation to the king. If you can manage to get past these miraculous strokes of good luck in the beginning, the book gets much better.

Dewey’s Reverse Readathon | August 2019

Dewey’s Reverse Readathon | August 2019

Well, Dewey’s reverse readathon starts in just a little bit. I don’t know how much reading I will be doing during this readathon. I just finished a month long readathon, and am worried if I push myself too hard, I’ll put myself in a slump. Plus, I have a bunch of other items to take…

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Mid Year Freak Out Tag

Mid Year Freak Out Tag

The mid year freak out tag was created now a few years ago by Ely from Earl Grey Books, and Chami from her channel Chami, formerly Read Like Wildfire. And I’m somewhat grateful to the Book Junkie Trials, as many of the books making the list, I read in July for the readathon. Now, on with the tag!

Air Awakens by Elise Kova

Air Awakens by Elise Kova

I will admit I was a bit worried when I chose this book for my Book Junkie Trials TBR, but this book too that uncertainty and crushed it. It was a great first book for a month long readathon.

My Life Among the Underdogs by Tia Torres

My Life Among the Underdogs by Tia Torres

In one particular chapter she talks of a hurricane Katrina dog who makes an impression on one of her friends who has gone to help care for the displaced dogs and reunite them with their families. In this chapter she also talks of how cruel people can be in using the dogs to make a quick buck with no concern for the dogs what so ever. This chapter in particular really got to me and I had to put this book down and go to a different book to unwind my mingled feelings.

Sabriel by Garth Nix

Sabriel by Garth Nix

The story is sad in a way. Because of the goings on and what has happened in the past, Sabriel doesn’t get to see much of her father. And then he is killed before he can teach her more of what she is, and what she can do. Sabriel then must become the Abhorsen, a person who helps spirits to the other side.